Apple is concluding a $200 million arrangement for the rights to Kingsman director Matthew Vaughn’s profoundly anticipated spy movie. Titled Argylle, the film will star Henry Cavill, Bryce Dallas Howard, John Cena, Sam Rockwell, Catherine O’Hara, Bryan Cranston, and Samuel L. Jackson. Pop artist Dua Lipa is making her acting debut in the film just as contributing to the film’s score and give the title track.
Vaughn is now working with Apple on the impending Tetris movie starring Taron Egerton, albeit as a maker. Nonetheless, it’s unmistakable with the sizable arrangement for Argylle that the streaming help has big designs for the first film, with any desires for starting a franchise. To be clear, the report states that the arrangement still can’t seem to be concluded. But Vaughn appeared to be confident in his quote to Deadline that he has big designs for the film and its cheerful subsequent spin-offs. Vaughn said:
“I’m thrilled to team with Apple and bring the most compelling spy thriller I’ve at any point perused to the solitary streaming assistance that can create a franchise of this scale and quality for global crowds to encounter.”
Vaughn’s MARV Films banner will create the film close by Adam Bohling and David Reid. The list of executive creates likewise incorporates Claudia Vaughn, Adam Fishbach, Carlos Peres, and Zygi Kamasa. Vaughn’s other directing credits outside of the Kingsman films incorporate X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass, and Stardust.